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KHRT ND NOON NEWS 06-22-2018

A North Dakota man has been sentenced to more than 19 years in prison for sexual assault........

KHRT NEWS - THURSDAY - 062218 - 1200

A North Dakota man has been sentenced to more than 19 years in prison for sexual assault.
 
     Twenty-seven-year-old Clifford See Walker, of Solen, was convicted of aggravated sexual assault by use of force for the April 2017 incident.
 
     Authorities say the assault took place at the victim's residence in Fort Yates. She was sleeping when See Walker entered the residence.
 
     The crime happened nine days after See Walker was released from prison. He has a lengthy criminal record that includes burglaries and assaults.
 
     U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland sentenced See Walker to 19 years and seven months in prison, to be followed by 15 years of supervised release.

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 A Bismarck hospital has turned to a staffing agency for its emergency department after contract negotiations with physicians fell through.
 
     CHI St. Alexius Health says it couldn't reach a deal with the nine doctors "after weeks of efforts," and has signed a deal with HealthSource effective July 1. HealthSource will be contacting current doctors to discuss keeping them on.
 
     The hospital says the change won't affect its Level 2 Trauma Center status.
 
     The Bismarck Tribune reports the announcement comes about a week after medical staff on hospital leadership committees stepped down again from their board positions as talks with Catholic Health Initiative executives fell through.
 
     Members of those committees had resigned earlier when they felt concerns over employee morale and patient safety weren't being addressed by hospital system administration.
 

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 A Minot woman serving life in prison without parole for helping with the murder of her husband's ex-wife is appealing to the North Dakota Supreme Court.
 
     Authorities said 27-year-old Cynthia Wilder helped clean blood evidence from a car after Richie Wilder Jr. killed his ex-wife, Angila Wilder, in November 2015. Richie Wilder was convicted of murder and sentenced last year to life in prison.
 
     Cynthia Wilder also was accused of trying to help Richie Wilder in an aborted escape attempt from the Ward County Jail.
 
     She entered an Alford plea last November, acknowledging there was enough evidence to convict her. The court treats it like a guilty plea. She was sentenced in May.

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Authorities have identified a bicyclist who died in a collision with a sport utility vehicle on a Cass County road near Fargo.
 
     The Highway Patrol says 56-year-old Kathleen Hettenbaugh of Fargo died at the scene Wednesday evening.
 
     The 31-year-old Fargo man driving the SUV was not immediately charged. The incident remains under investigation.

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One person is dead after a three-vehicle crash in Morton County.
 
     The Highway Patrol says a car, sport utility vehicle and minivan crashed on state Highway 6 south of St. Anthony shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday.
 
     The vehicles were traveling in the same direction and collided when two of the vehicles tried to make passes at the same time.
 
     A female passenger in the minivan was killed. She wasn't immediately identified. The two other people in the minivan suffered undisclosed injuries. No one in the other two vehicles was hurt.

(Copyright 2018 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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